Made Right on Whidbey continues this weekend in Coupeville

Posted in Spotlight, Visual Art

Coupeville is no slacker when it comes to its share of artistic talent. Check out the Made Right on Whidbey gift show at the Pacific Northwest Art School which continues this weekend, to get something special for yourself or your loved ones.

Visit with eight of Whidbey Island’s outstanding artisans as you shop for unique locally made fine art and gifts, at the third annual “Made Right On Whidbey,” from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; 14 and 15 at the Pacific Northwest Art School in Coupeville.

Jim Short (500x389)

Jim Short makes turned wood vessels in Coupeville. / Photo courtesy of the artist

Shop ’til you drop and find treasures made locally by Whidbey fine artists, including:

  • Linnane Armstrong (woodcut and linocut prints)
  • Mary Burks (wearable handmade textiles)
  • Cook on Clay (pottery for cooking and serving)
  • Karen Leeds (photography)
  • Mary Ellen O’Connor (inlaid silver jewelry)
  • Patty Picco (encaustic mixed media)
  • Jim Short (turned wood vessels)
  • Johnathan and Jandellyn Ward (metal and glass garden art)

With such variety of art to choose from, there is sure to be something for everyone!

To see previews of the artists’ works and for more information, visit www.maderightonwhidbey.com, or find us on Facebook.

Jandellyn Ward

Jandellyn Ward is a metal artist along with her husband Jonathan. They show their work at Made Right on Whidbey through Sunday, Dec. 15.

Mark your calendars for Made Right On Whidbey at Pacific Northwest Art School at 15 NW Birch St. in Coupeville.

(Pictured at top, Mary Burks weaves an array of beautifully designed textiles and wearable art. / Photo courtesy of the artist)

Click on Whidbey Life Magazine to read more stories about the local creative community.

 

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